In ‘On First looking into Chapman’s Homer’ Keats presents the delight of discovery.
When Keats uses the metaphor “realms of gold”, this implies reading as amazing and a beauty. This also implies he is travelling the world of literature. You would not think of literature like gold, but you would associate gold with winning.
When Keats uses the metaphor “never breathe its pure serene”, he presents tranquillity. The noun “serene” suggests Keats thinks discovery as calm and undisturbed. This also suggests he has never experienced this before reading the classic writing. Further on, Keats presents discovery as impactful. When Keats uses the adjective “silent” this implies